Saturday, 19 August 2017

Exuviance Cover Blend Skin Caring Foundation

Exuviance are one of my all time favourite skincare brands, so I was super excited to try out a few products from their makeup collection. The Exuviance Cover Blend Skin Caring Foundation is suitable for all skin types even the most sensitive, it has sunscreen broad spectrum SPF 20 along with added antioxidants to help protect the skin against sun damage and visible signs of ageing. This anti-aging treatment foundation is smudge resistant with light to medium coverage which should last all day long. Achieve flawless, natural looking skin while concealing, protecting and treating the skin with Exuviance Cover Blend Skin Caring Foundation. It's a water based, oil free foundation that ensures you are left with a flawless, lightweight look. It's high tech formula helps to visibly reduce the signs of ageing along with treating the skin, the new formula contains a physical sunscreen which helps protect the skin with a factor 20. It also helps to achieve an all day coverage along with protecting the skin from UVA and UVB rays. The Antioxidants help to visible reduce the signs of aging while the Polyhydroxy Acid Gluconolactone helps to reduce and soften those fine lines and wrinkles leaving you with a smoother appearance. 
The Exuviance Cover Blend Skin Caring Foundation is also available in 10 different shades. I've been really impressed with this foundation, it's been perfect for those warmer days and it truly does give the perfect light to medium coverage. I absolutely love that it last's all day long and is compltetly oil free. I like to apply this using my beauty blender for that flawless finish. You can purchase the Exuviance Cover Blend Skin Caring Foundation from www.facethefuture.co.uk


Emma x
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  1. I haven't seen this in store yet! and I don't buy foundations online, can't color match

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    1. I understand that, it's pretty easy for me to colour match online x

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